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The story road to literacy, Rita Roth

Label
The story road to literacy
Title
The story road to literacy
Statement of responsibility
Rita Roth
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Roth, Rita
Dewey number
372.6
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB1576
LC item number
.R754 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Language arts
  • English language
  • Children of immigrants
  • Tales
  • Teaching
Target audience
adult
Label
The story road to literacy, Rita Roth
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip062/2005030835.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-171) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Possibilities for Positive Learning
  • 59
  • Mandalas
  • 59
  • More Tales of Revenge and Gratitude
  • 61
  • Chapter 5
  • Tales of Magic
  • 63
  • Geck and the Bean Stem
  • 64
  • 11
  • Diamonds and Snakes
  • 66
  • Magic Apples
  • 67
  • Angel Who Couldn't Fly
  • 70
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 71
  • Plausible Impossible
  • 71
  • Before We Begin
  • Say Something/Do Something
  • 71
  • Retell
  • 72
  • Another Point of View
  • 73
  • Imagine That!
  • 77
  • More Tales of Magic
  • 77
  • 12
  • Chapter 6
  • Tales of the Good and the Bad
  • 79
  • To Sing a Song
  • 80
  • No Room in the House
  • 83
  • Mohalam
  • 84
  • A Fairy Tale
  • A Memoir
  • 85
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • 87
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 89
  • Alternate Discourse Forms
  • 89
  • Question-Answer Relationship
  • 91
  • Story Impressions
  • 12
  • 92
  • A Writing Triangle
  • 92
  • More Tales of the Good & the Bad
  • 93
  • Part 4
  • Making Our Own Folktales
  • 95
  • Chapter 7
  • Come, Tell Us a Tale
  • An Activity
  • 97
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 97
  • Storytelling
  • 97
  • Beginnings
  • 98
  • Story Buddies
  • 98
  • Template Tales
  • 15
  • 100
  • Family Stories
  • 101
  • Travelogues and Travel Bags
  • 104
  • Tales from Things
  • 104
  • Interview
  • 105
  • Jump Rope Rhymes
  • Part 2
  • 107
  • More Books About Jump Rope Rhymes, Puzzles, Games, and Other Playground Creations
  • 108
  • Inanimate Objects
  • 108
  • Part 5
  • Where We Are Now
  • 109
  • Appendix A
  • Tales From the Cultures of Students Who Told the Stories in This Book
  • A Gathering of Tales
  • 113
  • Tales from Africa
  • 113
  • Tales from Europe
  • 114
  • Tales from India
  • 114
  • Tales from Korea
  • 114
  • Tales from Southeast Asia
  • Part 1
  • 19
  • 115
  • Tales from Mexico
  • 115
  • Tales from the Middle East
  • 116
  • Tales from the Former USSR
  • 116
  • Tales from South America
  • 117
  • Appendix B
  • Suggested Instructional Strategies
  • A Cinderella Bibliography
  • 118
  • Cinderella Parodies
  • 119
  • Appendix C
  • American Heritage Tales
  • 120
  • Appendix D
  • Diversity/Immigration Tales
  • 122
  • 19
  • Appendix E
  • Additional Listings
  • 123
  • Appendix F
  • Folktale Resources
  • 124
  • Appendix G
  • Copy-Ready Materials (for Classroom Use Only)
  • 126
  • Complete Copy of Grimm's The Wolf and the Seven Kids
  • Basic Characteristics of Folktales
  • 127
  • Corrected Versions of Students' Stories
  • 130
  • Five Little Goats, Their Mother, and the Big Bad Wolf
  • 131
  • Little Bunny and Two Little Sisters
  • 132
  • Brother, the Sister, and the Wolf
  • 133
  • Brahmin and the Goat
  • 20
  • 134
  • Wise Mother
  • 136
  • Shadow Story
  • 139
  • A Stone in the Road
  • 140
  • To Find a Wife
  • 141
  • Little Red Hen
  • Special Considerations for ELL Students
  • 142
  • Lion and the Fox
  • 143
  • Magpie and the Traveler
  • 144
  • Leopard's Tale
  • 145
  • Lion Story
  • 146
  • Not For You
  • 21
  • 147
  • Geck and the Bean Stem
  • 148
  • Diamonds and Snakes
  • 149
  • Magic Apples
  • 150
  • Angel Who Couldn't Fly
  • 153
  • To Sing a Song
  • Ten Strategies for Monolingual Teachers of Bilingual Students
  • 154
  • No Room in the House
  • 157
  • Mohalam
  • 158
  • A Fairy Tale
  • 159
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • 161
  • 21
  • Ten More Strategies to Help Facilitate Understanding in Classrooms with English Language Learners
  • Power of Story
  • 22
  • Chapter 2
  • One Story and Its Travels
  • 23
  • Five Little Goats, Their Mother, and the Big Bad Wolf
  • 25
  • Little Bunny and Two Little Sisters
  • 26
  • Brother, the Sister, and the Wolf
  • 27
  • 1
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 28
  • People, Plot, and Place Maps
  • 28
  • Role, Audience, Form, and Theme
  • 29
  • Sing-Along Song
  • 31
  • Sketch to Stretch
  • 32
  • Chapter 1
  • More Versions of "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids"
  • 33
  • Part 3
  • A World of Stories
  • 35
  • Chapter 3
  • Tales of Tests and Tricks
  • 37
  • Brahmin and the Goat
  • 38
  • Immigrant Students in Regular Classrooms
  • Wise Mother
  • 40
  • Shadow Story
  • 43
  • A Stone in the Road
  • 44
  • To Find a Wife
  • 46
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 47
  • 3
  • Who and How
  • 47
  • Written Conversation
  • 48
  • Find It
  • 48
  • Cubing
  • 48
  • More Tales of Tests and Tricks
  • 50
  • Orality and Literacy
  • Chapter 4
  • Stories of Revenge and Gratitude
  • 51
  • Little Red Hen
  • 52
  • Lion and the Fox
  • 53
  • Magpie and the Traveler
  • 54
  • Leopard's Tale
  • 7
  • 55
  • Lion Story
  • 56
  • Not For You
  • 57
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 58
  • Relevance and Synthesis
  • 58
  • Reason Why
Control code
ocm62172774
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xvii, 176 pages
Isbn
9781591583233
Lccn
2005030835
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
372.6 R742 ; P ; HQ-PF ; XX-N ; C0306BT1 (PL)
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o62172774
  • (Sirsi) o62172774
Label
The story road to literacy, Rita Roth
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip062/2005030835.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-171) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Possibilities for Positive Learning
  • 59
  • Mandalas
  • 59
  • More Tales of Revenge and Gratitude
  • 61
  • Chapter 5
  • Tales of Magic
  • 63
  • Geck and the Bean Stem
  • 64
  • 11
  • Diamonds and Snakes
  • 66
  • Magic Apples
  • 67
  • Angel Who Couldn't Fly
  • 70
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 71
  • Plausible Impossible
  • 71
  • Before We Begin
  • Say Something/Do Something
  • 71
  • Retell
  • 72
  • Another Point of View
  • 73
  • Imagine That!
  • 77
  • More Tales of Magic
  • 77
  • 12
  • Chapter 6
  • Tales of the Good and the Bad
  • 79
  • To Sing a Song
  • 80
  • No Room in the House
  • 83
  • Mohalam
  • 84
  • A Fairy Tale
  • A Memoir
  • 85
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • 87
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 89
  • Alternate Discourse Forms
  • 89
  • Question-Answer Relationship
  • 91
  • Story Impressions
  • 12
  • 92
  • A Writing Triangle
  • 92
  • More Tales of the Good & the Bad
  • 93
  • Part 4
  • Making Our Own Folktales
  • 95
  • Chapter 7
  • Come, Tell Us a Tale
  • An Activity
  • 97
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 97
  • Storytelling
  • 97
  • Beginnings
  • 98
  • Story Buddies
  • 98
  • Template Tales
  • 15
  • 100
  • Family Stories
  • 101
  • Travelogues and Travel Bags
  • 104
  • Tales from Things
  • 104
  • Interview
  • 105
  • Jump Rope Rhymes
  • Part 2
  • 107
  • More Books About Jump Rope Rhymes, Puzzles, Games, and Other Playground Creations
  • 108
  • Inanimate Objects
  • 108
  • Part 5
  • Where We Are Now
  • 109
  • Appendix A
  • Tales From the Cultures of Students Who Told the Stories in This Book
  • A Gathering of Tales
  • 113
  • Tales from Africa
  • 113
  • Tales from Europe
  • 114
  • Tales from India
  • 114
  • Tales from Korea
  • 114
  • Tales from Southeast Asia
  • Part 1
  • 19
  • 115
  • Tales from Mexico
  • 115
  • Tales from the Middle East
  • 116
  • Tales from the Former USSR
  • 116
  • Tales from South America
  • 117
  • Appendix B
  • Suggested Instructional Strategies
  • A Cinderella Bibliography
  • 118
  • Cinderella Parodies
  • 119
  • Appendix C
  • American Heritage Tales
  • 120
  • Appendix D
  • Diversity/Immigration Tales
  • 122
  • 19
  • Appendix E
  • Additional Listings
  • 123
  • Appendix F
  • Folktale Resources
  • 124
  • Appendix G
  • Copy-Ready Materials (for Classroom Use Only)
  • 126
  • Complete Copy of Grimm's The Wolf and the Seven Kids
  • Basic Characteristics of Folktales
  • 127
  • Corrected Versions of Students' Stories
  • 130
  • Five Little Goats, Their Mother, and the Big Bad Wolf
  • 131
  • Little Bunny and Two Little Sisters
  • 132
  • Brother, the Sister, and the Wolf
  • 133
  • Brahmin and the Goat
  • 20
  • 134
  • Wise Mother
  • 136
  • Shadow Story
  • 139
  • A Stone in the Road
  • 140
  • To Find a Wife
  • 141
  • Little Red Hen
  • Special Considerations for ELL Students
  • 142
  • Lion and the Fox
  • 143
  • Magpie and the Traveler
  • 144
  • Leopard's Tale
  • 145
  • Lion Story
  • 146
  • Not For You
  • 21
  • 147
  • Geck and the Bean Stem
  • 148
  • Diamonds and Snakes
  • 149
  • Magic Apples
  • 150
  • Angel Who Couldn't Fly
  • 153
  • To Sing a Song
  • Ten Strategies for Monolingual Teachers of Bilingual Students
  • 154
  • No Room in the House
  • 157
  • Mohalam
  • 158
  • A Fairy Tale
  • 159
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • 161
  • 21
  • Ten More Strategies to Help Facilitate Understanding in Classrooms with English Language Learners
  • Power of Story
  • 22
  • Chapter 2
  • One Story and Its Travels
  • 23
  • Five Little Goats, Their Mother, and the Big Bad Wolf
  • 25
  • Little Bunny and Two Little Sisters
  • 26
  • Brother, the Sister, and the Wolf
  • 27
  • 1
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 28
  • People, Plot, and Place Maps
  • 28
  • Role, Audience, Form, and Theme
  • 29
  • Sing-Along Song
  • 31
  • Sketch to Stretch
  • 32
  • Chapter 1
  • More Versions of "The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids"
  • 33
  • Part 3
  • A World of Stories
  • 35
  • Chapter 3
  • Tales of Tests and Tricks
  • 37
  • Brahmin and the Goat
  • 38
  • Immigrant Students in Regular Classrooms
  • Wise Mother
  • 40
  • Shadow Story
  • 43
  • A Stone in the Road
  • 44
  • To Find a Wife
  • 46
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 47
  • 3
  • Who and How
  • 47
  • Written Conversation
  • 48
  • Find It
  • 48
  • Cubing
  • 48
  • More Tales of Tests and Tricks
  • 50
  • Orality and Literacy
  • Chapter 4
  • Stories of Revenge and Gratitude
  • 51
  • Little Red Hen
  • 52
  • Lion and the Fox
  • 53
  • Magpie and the Traveler
  • 54
  • Leopard's Tale
  • 7
  • 55
  • Lion Story
  • 56
  • Not For You
  • 57
  • Classroom Possibilities
  • 58
  • Relevance and Synthesis
  • 58
  • Reason Why
Control code
ocm62172774
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xvii, 176 pages
Isbn
9781591583233
Lccn
2005030835
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
372.6 R742 ; P ; HQ-PF ; XX-N ; C0306BT1 (PL)
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o62172774
  • (Sirsi) o62172774

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